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AssessmentsMar 8, 2019 | 10:30 GMT
An Excerpt of Beirut Rules, by Fred Burton and Samuel Katz
We are pleased to be able to share the first chapter of Beirut Rules, courtesy of its publishers, written by Stratfor's Fred Burton and international bestselling author Samuel Katz. The book covers the story of the kidnapping and murder of CIA Station Chief William Buckley at the hands of Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon in the 1980s.
On SecuritySep 4, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
A tourist is a little too obvious as he walks away from Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut.
The Benefits of Traveling 'Gray'
Before I took a recent vacation trip to Beirut, a friend asked whether I was concerned about being targeted by jihadists or Hezbollah during my trip to the "pearl of the Middle East." I had done my due diligence research, so I wasn't worried. Besides, I explained, I was going to "be very gray" during the trip. I first became aware of this concept, which involves travelers blending in with the local environment, during my work at the U.S. State Department. Other travelers should consider it when visiting potentially hostile regions.
Contributor PerspectivesMar 18, 2016 | 08:01 GMT
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump interviewed by journalist Wolf Blitzer for The Situation Room on CNN on January 6, 2016 in New York City.
Donald Trump's Virtual Political Reality
In 2008, many people considered U.S. President Barack Obama's election proof of a tectonic shift underway that was reshaping the racial contours of U.S. politics. But today, the changes wrought by that election seem insignificant compared with the possibility of Donald Trump becoming the Republican Party's 2016 presidential nominee. Now deeply immersed in the 2016 presidential primaries, political scientists feel like tourists who, having flown into a new country late the night before, open the hotel curtains in the morning to see a brand new landscape. On Planet Trump, even familiar landscapes are not as they seem. There appear to be mountains and valleys, rivers, flood plains and volcanoes, but they don't belong to the political landscape typologies we once accepted as the earthly norm. We need a map for this new political world we are about to enter.
AssessmentsJul 28, 2011 | 22:16 GMT
Alleged Fort Hood Plotter Thwarted by Operational Mistakes
U.S. Army Pfc. Naser Abdo, the man arrested July 27 on an outstanding child pornography warrant and suspected of plotting an attack on a restaurant near the Killeen, Texas, military post, made several operational mistakes that led to his arrest.
AssessmentsNov 11, 2010 | 19:23 GMT
China Security Memo: Nov. 11, 2010
A spat between two Chinese software companies should remind "netizens" of the security risks they face on the Internet. (With STRATFOR interactive map)
AssessmentsJun 5, 2008 | 16:00 GMT
Organized Crime in Japan
Stratfor's fifth in-depth look at organized crime focuses on Japan. For nearly 400 years, criminal activity in Japan has been controlled by powerful Yakuza clans, largely secret societies that thrive on intimidation while bucking societal norms.(With Strafor Interactive Map)
AssessmentsDec 29, 2007 | 20:48 GMT
Pakistan: Photos of Bhutto's Killers?
Pakistan's channel Dawn News broadcast pictures Dec. 29 of two men described as the gunman and alleged suicide bomber involved in the death of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
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